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. tonight team coverage. start with chief meteorologist, with a closer look at sandy's path. doug? >> we are starting to get into what sandy is bringing us, winds. rains, look outside. probably hear the rain coming down. the wind. strongest, about, 12 to 24 hours away. the rain has begun. let's take a look and show you. outside right now. the rain coming through parts of the area. just about everybody seeing a good light-to-mod rerate rain. some picking up heavy rain. notice yellow, rain, eastern shore, down into portions of southern maryland. this area has already received upwards of 5 to 10 inches of rain. once again, just getting started with the storm as it continues to make its way in from the east you. can see what i am talking about with the yellow areas. over towards cambridge. in through the south. southern portions of st. mary's county. some areas, close to 10. you notice the rain just continues to make its way in from the east. take a look at the wider view. you also see some of the first real band of sandy. right now making their way on to shore. ocea city. lewis delaware. th
it started about 25 minutes ago. our hurricane sandy coverage begins with chief meteorologist doug kammerer, who has been tracking the storm throughout the day. doug? >> yeah, watching this storm out there right now, you can see where this is. right now, down through portions of cape may county, new jersey, that's where it's coming ashore right now. it was moving extremely fast, at 28 miles an hour. but looking at some of the latest imagery here, it looks like it's really starting to slow down. waiting to see what's going on. you can notice very dry air wrapping around the center. and the rain just cutting off. right now, right around the philadelphia area. they're no longer seeing the heavy rain. we, however, are continuing to see the heavy rain. the latest advisory as of 5:00, had winds of 90 miles an hour. a very strong category 1 storm. the pressure down to 940 millibars. this storm has now set all-time low pressure records for atlanticcity, for trenton, new jersey and for philadelphia. all-time lowest pressure ever recorded. and that goes back to the super storm of '93. even b
declared across our entire area. doug kammerer right now is here to explain why we should keep a close eye on this one. >> the reason for this, jim, is not because we have a hurricane to the south. it's because what's going to be happening after. this right now, it says it's a hurricane, but most likely it's a tropical storm. but do not let that fool. the 8:00 advisory, i bet it will come out as tropical storm sandy, but it doesn't matter, don't let a weakening storm now fool you later. because this storm is going to continue to make its way up the coast. right now has winds of 57 miles an hour. that was the latest as of the 5:00 advisory from the national hurricane center, moving to the north at 7 miles per hour. it is expected to become a tropical storm most likely around 00, 11:00 advisory. the track is what you want to focus on here. the cone of uncertainty takes it anywhere from boston, to the richmond area and anywhere in between is going to see very strong winds. not going to be the rain, most likely not the flooding in our region, it will be the winds. let's take a look
phone. we'll continue to keep you updated right from this storm center. >> doug, thanks. stay with news4 as we track sandy onli nbcwashington.com, twitter and facebook, and right here on news4. >>> a well-known swimming coach who taught local athletes for decades was arrested today for child abuse. that accusation against rick curl, it dates back 30 years. news4's pat collins spoke to his accuser and was there when curl turned himself in. pat? >> reporter: at the montgomery county jail, a swim coach charged in a child sex case. it goes back to the '80s. the victim? one of his best swimmers. 63-year-old rick curl, a well-known washington area swim coach, leaving the montgomery county jail after he was officially charged in a child abuse sex case. a case that goes back 30 years. curl released on a $50,000 money bond. the victim, kelly davies kearn. i talked to her by phone about curl's arrest. >> i don't know whether to laugh or cry. i'm thankful. i'm sad. i just feel confirmation that what i did was the right thing to do. >> reporter: according to court documents, curl sexually abused the
coverage begins with chief meteorologist doug kammerer. this storm seems to be right on schedule. >> it really does. it is now moving close to 30 miles an hour. it has made a beeline for the jersey coast. it is now just to the north and coming ashore. you can see what's going on. a ton of rain on the west side of the storm. but notice, the strongest side, normally the northeast corner here, that's where you see the strongest winds, 84-mile-an-hour wind gusts in long island. notice the rain here, really cutting off on the back side, as it makes its way in. we'll continue to see rain here, though, as we continue to be on the southwest side of the storm. here's atlantic city. here's the ey coming onshower right now. atlantic city, probably seeing the strongest winds they have seen in years. maybe even decades right now. potentially 90, 100-mile-an-hour winds with this storm. you can see the outer eye wall which is right here through cape may county, new jersey, along the delaware bay. we're watching this rig around rehoboth beach. they're probably seeing very strong winds out of the
the shoreline, too. we begin with storm team 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer with new information about sandy's track and the time line for potentially dangerous conditions here. doug? >> i think we're finally starting to understand just how big this storm is going to be and just how devastating it could potentially be. we've been talking about it for over a week now, making its way very close to our region. you can see where it is right now, and this is the interesting thing here. it is still moving out to sea, northeast right now at about 15 miles per hour, but you can see where the rain is lining up, and we are starting to see rain now across our region. we've also started to see -- rather tropical storm-force gusts of 30 to 40 miles an hour in parts of the area. again, tropical storm-force winds of 39 miles an hour or higher and we've seen those down toward the shore. now, current location, well down to the south and east of us, but what we're seeing is winds of 75 miles an hour close to the center here and the pressure now down to 952 millibars. that's a very strong storm. that is
out party. >>> some scary moments as a line drive nails doug fister right in the head. >>> sandy is heading for the northeast as we go throughout the end of the week and next week. the arteries of your dishwasher are constantly clogging up with grease and lime scale. use finish dishwasher cleaner every month to keep your machine in sparkling health. for shining results, finish dishwasher cleaner. >>> well, in sports, san francisco has a 2-0 game lead in the world series which gives them a 79% chance of winning it all. in the second inning a wicked line drive hit to 6'8" doug fister right in the head. he said he was fine and he pitched six scoreless innings against the giants. in the seventh inning, the giants had the rally caps on and play of the game for san francisco. the giants got an insurance run in the eighth and their bull pen closed out the tigers. >> pop up, there's bell. giants up, 2-0. >> that was it, the final score 2-0. game three will be saturday night in detroit with ryan vogelsong pitching for the giants against sanchez for the giants. >>> vikings, tampa quarterba
the d.c. metro area to rehoboth beach. we begin with storm team four doug kammerer with the latest on sandy's track. >> we have the latest track out there chris, that track brings it very close to our region and once again, the forecast not real letter changing all that much. the forecasts have been very good over the past couple days on when this storm is going to be going. you can see where it is right now, just off the coast of georgia here, here's savannah georgia, it's due east of savannah georgia. it's still a hurricane. the national hurricane center thought this would be a tropical storm, it's still a hurricane, still holding on, we're seeing strong wind as long the north carolina coast line. here's the winds, 75 mes an hour. moving to the northeast at 14 miles an hour. it continues to strengthen. the track taking it back out and then right back into shore. very close to our area. during the morning on tuesday. that's when i expect this to be the worst coming up late monday and into tuesday. let's talk about that wind. that's going to be the biggest factor here, as we look t
. we begin with storm team 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer with the latestn sandy's track. >> right now sandy just off the coast of florida. you can see it right there on the satellite picture here. the hurricane making its way up towards the north. still a hurricane at this hour. not a very well-defined hurricane but once again, wr watching this thing very, very closely and it's making its way up the coast. you can see what we have going on as far as north carolina already seeing some heavy rain making its way in there. the winds starting to gust across that region, and now we're seeing the cloud cover. if were you out earlier you could look up and actually start to see the clouds in sandy as its making it's way up north. the brand new track just in from the national hurricane center. winds, 75 miles an hour moving to the northeast, 13 miles an hour, deepening. as we move through the next day or two it's moving out and as we've been talking about and forecasting this over a week now, move back into the mid-atlantic states, and you notice we are tuesday at 3:00 right on top of us. t
day long. >> hey, doug, good evening. our conditions here are certainly improving in terms of the wind and rain, unfortunately the surf is still very, very high. it doesn't take much to have one of these waves just roll up the beach, push a little over the debris further than what we have seen. we are just past high tide now. but i will tell you, the resort we are staying at doesn't anticipate this kind of wave action. even though the storm is over two miles away, we are still getting huge waves. those waves will get bigger and impact larger areas. these are of historic proportions. almost hard it graps meet logically from what we saw five days ago to now what has been pretty much the story. the models have been sticking with this and sticking with it. as far as me, i'm heading up to new york city with the models kind of honing in on that area and certainly the potential to stop the city that never sleeps. that is something that i will be covering for the weather channel come tomorrow night. back to you. >> and new york city, definitely one of the places that could be hardest hit as th
, meteorologist maria molina, and doug mcelway on the bach. >> we're tracking sandy, a hushing maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour and some things to note and we've been repeating that sandy from one to the other, expands about 800 miles and we're starting to feel the impacts cross portions of eastern pennsylvania, maryland, down through portions of delaware and mind you. the center of the storm is over 500 miles away from the new york city area, so we have time to go here, about 48 hours of time that we will be feeling the impacts across the the new york city area from sandy through at least early wednesday morning and some heavy rain is still falling across portions of the outer banks of north carolina, eastern parts of virginia and like i just mentioned some of the heavy rain picking up across eastern portions of pennsylvania. something else we're noticing with sandy, the wind is picking up. shy of 40 miles per hour across portions of long island, the new york city area, wind gusts shy of 30 miles per hour and strong winds as well across much of new jersey, atlantic city, seeing one
focus on the first debate in denver. doug hudson, andrew and chris run bicycle company in colorado. they took me out to red rocks today. these guys will watch the debate. andrew, hoping for a breakthrough by his candidate, mitt romney. >> i want him to talk about conservative values, especially economically. empowering small businesses. >> reporter: chris used to vote republican. not anymore. >> what changed my mind recently is it seems to have gotten away from taking care of the little guy. >> reporter: doug is undecided. >> i would like to see some details both from romney and obama mainly on tax policy. >> reporter: vice president biden charged today, team romney would hike middle class taxes. >> how they can justify raising taxes of the middle class that has been buried the last four years. >> reporter: the republicans jumped on that. buried by obama? in colorado, mitt romney took a break for a burrito bowl. >> how are you doing today? >> reporter: romney's number two, paul ryan, kept campaigning. >> the obama economic agenda failed not because it was stopped. it failed because
continue our live team coverage. doug luzader is in delaware. first we start with maria molina for the latest on sandy's path. >> good morning everyone. we are still tracking sandy who has actually intensified over the last efrl hours and now have maximum sustained wind at 85 miles per hour. earlier in the show we mentioned on the western side of the storm we will be seeing significant snow across parts of the state of west virginia and western portions of the state of virginia. that snowfall has already begun falling out here we are talking about 2-3 feet of snow out here. interesting impact further off toward the west well inland away from sandy. shy of 400 miles southeast of the area. we have rain bands moving along shore across parts of delaware. the area in red has very heavy rain. we could see flooding very shortly. 10 inches of rain will be possible across portions of the mid atlantic. flooding a big concern. the wind is also starting to pick up across parts of long island. wind gusts shy of 40 miles per hour. the dark shading in blue wind gusts over 50 miles per hour. w
island new york. doug mckelway is in delaware. we begin with rick leventhal at point pleasant beach, new jersey. good evening, rick. >> bret, the wind is ridiculous at this hour. at #:00, i clock wind gust at 57 miles per hour. it feels like it's 70 to 80 now. i'm hanging on the rail or i probably, well, you can see the street. the ocean is merging with the ocean avenue. if you look to the left, not sure if you can tell how ferocious the winds are. they're in the 12 to 15 to 20-foot range. at times curling and crashing over the dunes to bring water to point pleasant. this town was evacuated yesterday. most of the residents heeded warnings. all of the beach communities up and down the new jersey shore were evacuated. some people chose not to leave. that included atlantic city, new jersey, where a section of the boardwalk washed away. emergency workers were rescuing some residents with light boats and -- lifeboats and high water vehicles throughout the day. at this point, the governor told people if you are still home, don't try to get out. hunker dune try to ride the storm out. the storm
up as well. right now more than 45,000 are in the dark. doug luzader is live in delaware. doug what's going on there? >> good morning. you see the wreckage from the storm. this is going to be a big cleanup. you talk about the power outage. we have not lost power here. that's the good news. you are right. a lot of places along the delaware beach area have been hit. we have an issue with beach erosion. you see this here right between the boardwalk and the beach where a lot of it has given away. this is something that they are very sensitive about takes a long time to build this up and recreate this. they will have to go through a lot of repairs here to get everything back as it was. the good news it's the end of the tourist season. there were about 50,000 people in this area told to evacuate. some of them may start coming back today. we will see. the rain hazlet up. we may see more of that after all is said and done. the decision local officials make about reopening roads. some of them were flooded. roads were official closed before the storm. they may reopen today. we will see what t
-ching. doug in new york, doug? >> caller: jim, big buffalo boo-yah too ya, sir. >> what's going on? i got fitzpatrick. what's going on? >> my stock, it flat lined about a year since i owned it. i really don't know what to do with the stock. do i sell? >> i was talking to the fabulous kelly evans this morning on "squawk on the street" and i said corning can't get it right. they've got the gorilla glass, the greatest technology in the world, they look good in the steve jobs book, and i've got to tell you something, no, no, corning, too hard to own. i'm taking another call. i'm going to jason in maryland. jason? >> caller: boo-yah from baltimore, jim. >> oh, man. ravens country, what's up? >> caller: question is on regions financial, the stock got hammered. is the stock, has it bottomed, will it start to rebound and will it get anywhere close to the $8 target that it's tagged at? >> you know, raymond james cut that target today. i don't like regions financial, i like huntington bank shares and even better than that actionalertsplus.com, my charitable trust, stephanie link and i for the trust
's where we find a reporter live. doug, good morning. >> reporter: good morning guys. and look, look at this water that's just rushing into the board walk here, i walk out on to the beach, gives you an idea of just the force of this, you see this erosion sense here, look, its just been torn apart, this part of its just been mingled. that's tons of beach erosion all over the place. this is a real concern all up and downtown coast here. this area has been verdict evacuated, mandatory evacuation near the coast. this may be 50,000 people. once you start getting to those massive population centers north of here, we're talking obviously dc, but also when you get up to philadelphia and new york city, new england area, boston, all the sudden it gets very difficult to move those people out of harm's way quickly enough. now the wind speeds here are not terrible, maybe in the 15 to 20-mile an hour range, 25 miles an hour, something like that. once you get offshore, you're talking more like 40, 50 miles an hour. it's going to get worse through the course of the day. combining with high tides bec
with preparations, but with chief art meteorologist doug hill. >> a quiet evening outside of furniture weather center. get used to the clouds the next days. monday, tuesday, that would be the time frame for the most dramatic effects from sandy. is weakening now, but all the hurricaneom it willuggests again to hurricane status after it diminishes a bit.e at monday,ng tuesday, making landfall some -- somewhere along the mid-atlantic coast line at afternoon. top went right out of 75. the expectation still on is a good day to finish storm preparations. sunday, shower in the morning, a better chance at night. developing through the day is whennd tuesday, that rainll have the heaviest wind, gustyt showers leftover into tuesday wednesday. the leaves, if you live by the the bay, astronomical tides. be an issue.d downed trees, power outages. the all of these things to start about.g jennifer donelan has been in how residentsee for thearing of a big blow from the storm. what is up? different tone, day closer to the weekend. metro station at federal triangle. overnight, metro crews pl
of that if mind we have coverage with rick on the northern shore of new jersey and doug is in delaware, first, we will get to where we are and where it is going. and janice dean, what do we expect? >> a hurricane will make landfall across coastal new jersey, probably south and central jersey in the next several hours and expected between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. eastern at 90 miles per hour hurricane. it will be a hurricane when it lands. there was a suggestion the last several days that it could combine with another system and become a super storm hybrid but now we are in agreement it will be a hurricane when it makes landfall. there will be storm surge with high wind in excess of 90 and 100 miles per hour in populated areas. we are dealing with a storm southeast of new york city and the effects of the storm when it lands in new jersey, anywhere north to the center the storm will get the worst rainfall, the worst wind, and the worst storm surge on top of high tide and we will see waves 20' to 30' on top of the storm surge and tim occur in two or three hours in central emergency and bring written and s
's go to doug mckelway he is in delaware, resort place, affluent, a lot of big homes there what was the most dramatic thing you saw? >> bill, i would have to say the most dramatic thing i saw was the extreme contrast what we experienced to what people to the north of us experienced. over my shoulder across the delaware bay see the blinking of the new jersey light house as the crow flies that's only 17 miles away from here. a little bit north of that, utter devastation of the kind that jonathan hunt was just talking about. but here, we are on the south eye of that storm's eye. ill defined as it was. we got the back end of the storm, the westerly breezes. last night when the high tide hit at 10:00 p.m. those breezes were blowing westerly. they pushed the storm surge out to sea. everybody here in delaware woke up to houses and cities intact. one of the state authorities who controls beach erosion here said that beach and beach sand and beach dunes are meant to be extendible. the infrastructure behind them is not. go did they evacuate the beach. >> did everybody get out of there. >>
chief meteorologist doug kammerer has been talking about. it's interesting this lady decided -- oh, that' not a lady, that's a man. how are you doing? thank you for being out here. i love your outfit. what is this, first of all? >> it's just -- >> i want to thank you for joining us. right over here, tell us, why did you come outside? >> i live down the street and my power just went out and i wanted to see what was going on, maybe get the power back on sometime soon. >> dominion crews have arrived over there. >> good sign. >> yes, it is. what are you doing right now to weather this storm? >> i was doing fine until the power went out. just trying to find something to occupy my time. >> all right. i suggest you might want to go inside. of course, it's a little dangerous out here. >> i'm going to go inside. >> have a good walk. take it easy. there you have it, folks. fascinating, people decide to come out here. and back to you in the studio. >> shomari, thanks. some cases, inside may not be the safest places. one tree fell into a house this afternoon. >> we find news4's richard jordan. richa
. we will see it up close and certainly because he is heading to new jersey today. doug luzader is live. >> this is obviously one of the challenges people face on the ground and all of the states have been impacted. both the obama and romney campaigns are having to recalibrate their messages and strange their schedules as they respond to sandy. the president going to new jersey today to get a tour from new jersey governor and frequent obama critic chris christie. he has praised the president's response so far. on the other hand mayor michael bloomberg said no thanks to a drop by. >> i talked to the president today and you talked to his kief of staff today particularly about a trip here. i pointed out we would love to have him but we have things to do. i know he planned a trip to new jersey. i said it's fine it representeds the whole region. >> the white house says they concurred with that decision. yesterday he visited headquarters in washington not technically a campaign stop but a number of times he invoked his campaign seen forward. >> hutilities are going to have to lane forward. we
moved out but the storm remains. it is still having an impact. doug kammerer joins us with that. >> it is a much different impact than what we saw yesterday. we have been watching this storm for well over a week, week and a half. in the last 36 hours we've seen it into the atlantic ocean. we saw it make that turn back to shore. something we have never really seen before. a storm all the way out in the atlantic moved right back into our area. and that's whye saw all the rain. that's why we've seen all the wind from this storm and now, we're seeing the cold weather. we're also still seeing the shower activity. yocan see the rain right now through washington, d.c. area. right through waldorf and winchester. back through leesburg and we have seen some snow flakes in parts of the area. especially on the higher elevations. back toward the blue ridge. back toward the shenandoah valley and parts of west virginia where it is still snowing right now. as far as the wider picture, just look at the circulation coming right down out of canada. all the way down through our region and that make
're going to start with our storm team 4 meteorologist doug kammerer. >> we continue to watch this storm. it will continue to evolve. some of the latest information now changing the time period just a little bit. but it's not going to change the overall effects of this storm.
to stay tuned. doug, veronica will be here with the latest updates. every three hours we get new looks at it. stay with us. >> all right. sounds like it's going to be quite a weekend around here. thank you so much. >> keep it locked on storm team 4 the whole way. >> we are going to check on the traffic again. >> what is the latest? >> problems in northeast and northwest. northwest pennsylvania avenue is shut down because of police activity. this closure is between 6th street and 4th street. as you make your commute, you are closed. this is between 24th street and south dakota avenue. you are going to force to turn on south dakota avenue. good news, outer loop of the beltway at 355 there was a disabled car there. it's out of the way. the 14th street bridge is nice and clear. back to you both. >> thanks. >>> 11:20 is the time. georgetown's mascot and mos cot in training are going to join us after the break. how they are working together these days. >> so far, so good. >>> plus hair loss in women. what are the causes and best treatments? treat[ male announcer ] if barack obama is re-elect
, the rain is letting up a little bit in rehobeth beach but still a big cleanup ahead. fox's doug luzader will be checking in after the break. >>> and the coast guard to the rescue, after the crew of a famous tall ship replica abandons during sandy. that story after the break next. >> as we head to the break a live look from western maryland from one of the traffic cams out there. not many people on the roads because they got a lot of snow. we will tell you a lot about that, too. it is 7:39. we'll be right back. launching the biggest ad barrage ever. don't beisled. the washington post says question seven is just... common sense. it'll create 4,000 permanent jobs. and stop maryland from losing millions to other states... every year. that's why business, labor, and teachers all support... question seven. and so does the washington post. vote for question seven. it's just common sense. we were told to build a 30-foot stage. gathered the guys and we built that 30-foot stage, not knowing what it was for. just days later, all three shifts were told to assemble in the warehouse. a group of peopl
north of delaware. that's where we are live this morning. doug, what are the conditions right now? >> reporter: good morning, well you have the whole board walk here to yourself, that's just about the case here, it seems bad, especially when you look at the beach here. this huge wave coming in, check the buoy data offshore, wave heights of about 23 feet or so. wind speeds 40 to 50 miles an hour. those kinds of winds, they are certainly on their way. this is one of those storms where it may not matter where the eye comes across because it's so massive people are going to be feeling the effects hundreds of miles in every direction. the waves just keep growing, still along the peninsula, we found these two guys taking advantage of unusually big sur. >> god blessed up with this storm, let's have fun it with it. >> reporter: not everyone sees it that way. it's called a megastorm, spinning where it can no longer be seen from space. slamming into the most densely populated part of the country. >> we could see hurricane-force winds, in fact we expect hurricane-force winds anywhere from th
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. it's effective politics in virginia. doug wilder became governor because of it, some would argue. but does that make it talking to white males -- >> you've got to remember the district we ran. you know, in richmond last year, they went for the transvaginal ultrasounds and all this craziness. with the seventh district, our exit poll says it's now 68%. you know, eric cantor is one of these guys who talks about, you know, government intrusion and how we don't need government intrusion. but yet, you know, he has been with todd akin on 32 different bills pushing this government intrusion into women's individual rights. >> i want to go back and close with a thought that we opened with, independents. can you win virginia and lose independents if you're a democrat? is there enough of this democratic get out the vote machine that you were touting to me off camera to overcome losing independents even narrowly? >> you know, without question. and there's something else at work here in virginia that people don't talk about. i mean, you're aware of this. i mean, the guest tv guy ever in the hi
: where is she and who is she impacting? ana is in long island, new york. and doug is in delaware and folks news meterologist maria molina in the weather center. >> brian: first of will be mar yampt you have the latest on the torm track and where is it headed. >> sandy is category one hurricane and bit stronger than yesterday. it is forecast to continue to strengthen and with maximum suspain -- sustained winds. it is it a large storm system. we'll not just talk about where the center will move. sandy spans 800 miles and so it has a little bit of everything. it has hurricane characteristics and making a transition to northeastern type storm. snowfall falling over the west virginia virge and significant snowfall will be falling. two-three feet. and factor that in with strong wind blizzard conditions are expected. that is in west virginia virge through wednesday morning and very heavy rain in the dc/baltimore area. that is it rates half an inch per hour. that is a bull's eye. the rain will continue today, tonight and even as tuesday and wednesday . many of you will see accumulation o
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will consist of steve bailey who is a member of the partners and dr. doug holtz-eakin of the american action for them. with that i think we will just take a second to get everyone here miced. >> [inaudible conversations] >> well, thank you for joining us. we have a lot of things to talk about. a lot of things came up in the last panel. we talked the last panel a lot about 2013 and what's going to happen, but i want to go back to the end of the year. you know, what do you both feel like is likely to happen then, and what are some areas you can see a compromise happening? do you want to start? >> sure. i think it's important to recognize there really are three different issues involved, and the first is literally the fiscal cliff, the end of the year tax increases on spending cuts the will happen on autopilot which i view as a threat to the economy. we have a very weak economy that's moving sideways at the moment at best, and that issue is going to face in the lame-duck. there's also the debt limit. my own view is you should keep the debt limit as far away from the fiscal cliff as you can. the
want to acknowledge doug of the senior economic analyst at 9 advisory company -- at my advisory company who did the numbers crunching for this, which is a capacity of mine that has become very rusty. my interest in the issue of what is really happening to the incomes of americans really began in 1988. i was running economic policy in the michael dukakis campaign, and he was making the statement comparing the median income in 1988 and the median income that some significant point in the past, whether it was 10 years or 15 years, and he said the incomes of the american people have stagnated. i went to him, and i said in know, that is really not correct. the median has stagnated, but the incomes of the actual people, as people age, they move from below the median to above the median. you're never really capturing the experience. i spoke to political people, and i said people know their incomes did not stagnate over the last eight years, so when they hear the governor say that, and i tried to make it a political point, which is the way economists get listened to in campaigns, they're going
to invest, they will invest and jobs will be created. host: doug from oregon, democrat's line. good morning. caller: my question is somehow they misplaced the eight years george bush was in office and seem to disregard everything that happened during that point like it never happened, it all began under the obama administration. and it just astound me how the -- their whole platform is based on george bush's policies and this 12 million job creation, again, smoke and mirror. they use this every time they run. george bush ran under he's going to lower taxes, he's going to create jobs. the tea party said they would create jobs and it seems like the same rhetoric over and over and over again. guest: great question, doug. i'm a republican who has been critical of the bush presidency. we funded things like no child left behind, we created prescription drug programs and didn't pay for them and that wasn't helpful and frankly the american people held the republican party accountable for it and threw them out of office so republicans are focused on creating jobs, growing the economy and we're not f
this to you, doug, what to do to really make the application stand out. >> i think the best information i would give is to be authentic and describe who you are and let us understand what you want. don't write to us and tell us who you are because we're building a community, not filling classroom. >> talking about the dreaded essay, of course. the point you is want to make it personal. can you tell when it's been overedited or adults have maybe even written it? >> yeah. a lot of times, particularly when the adults sign the application, you know -- >> does that really happen? >> that happens sometimes. it feels a little bit more packaged. it's not about the students so much when someone else is writing it. we don't hear their voice. we don't understand what makes them tick and that's what we're looking for. >> can you forgive something a little less than polished if you feel it's authentic? >> i think you can. i think at times, you know, it's an individual review. you look at everything, and you say, well, where does this fit in the whole package of the application? >> ellen, what are you
're turning to home depot. on the "squawk" newsline is the hurricane command center captain. doug, with he appreciate you coming on the line with us this morning. tell us about the weekend going into this in terms of your plans and what your expectation is on the other side of the storm. >> absolutely. we've been in planning mode since early last week. command center opened on friday and then the team was here throughout the weekend. >> what does that mean exactly? >> a multifaceted storm. huge in size as you have been reporting. so we're covering everything angle of the storm. >> what does that mean exactly? terms of product that you're getting out to stores, people that you're going to have on hand. >> two distinct phases. pre-storm. it's the plywood they need to board up with. flashlights, batteries, water, all of the things you typically want in advance of the storm. we've been planning all of the post needs. cleanup, roofing supplies, tarps, generators, more batteries, more flashlights. those things are all in preparation as well. >> i don't know if this will sound like an indelicate
representative doug miller from texas, sir thank you for your compliments. i appreciate that. we have been working hard and that's one of the reasons i'm here today. i think another issue that you didn't address, but i think to hear your comments on this at this election also is two different directions on whether we're going to allow, and i know several of my colleagues from other states, state legislators here. but the direction of whether we're going to allow states to have their right versus a stronger centralized federal government, which we see all over the world has not worked in a number of occasions. at that your comments on state rights versus federal rights. >> i think you're absolutely right. if president obama is reelected, they will be more concentration of power in washington. i mean, obama carries a massive concentration of power in washington. all of the new regulations, dodd-frank. doc frank has to be one of the great ironies that is famed dodd-frank. since his name for the two people who do most to create the financial crisis in the first place. right? i've been coming t
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